Trinity vs Llano: AMD Dual Graphics tested with 19 games
The apu AMD A-5000 Series “Trinity” was released just two months ago, and in their short time of existence have been tested in a wide range of scenarios , even before their predecessors the AMD APU A-3000 Series “Llano” , and taking this last game to a new level, from Inpai bring us a very interesting review exploring the performance of amd dual graphics in Llano APU and Trinity.
Representing the trinity APU AMD have the A10-5800K APU (AMD Radeon HD 7660D IGP) and representing the Llano APU have the AMD a8-3870k APU (AMD Radeon hd 6550d IGP), both compatible with AMD Dual Graphics technology, the which allows the combined use of the igp with a dedicated video card (Radeon HD 6450, Radeon HD 6570 and Radeon HD 6670), in multi-GPU CrossFireX Hybrid-offering superior performance that would have the same video card other competing platforms (LGA 1155 and AM3/AM3 +).
For this test used a dedicated video card based on the AMD Radeon hd 6670 GPU, which was used on both platforms (FM1/FM2) both independently and in Dual Graphics. Without further ado, here are some of their test:
We recommend reviewing the full review Inpai.
Link: 20款大作上阵 APU双显卡交火现况实测 (Inpai)Tags: A10-5800K, a8-3870k, amd, apu, CrossFireX, dual graphics, Flat, fm1, fm2, fusion, gpu, hd 6550d, hd 6670, HD 7660D, husky, igp, piledriver, Radeon, trinity, VLIW4, vliw5